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I'm kind of leaning towards getting Eibachs, but I see that Stillwell uses Race Tech and Doug Harvey (who is local to me and will do my suspension when I get the $$$ together) uses Canon Racecraft. I do plan on using Goldvalves front and rear as well, if that makes any difference.

Understanding that opinions are like a$$holes, what's the general consensus?

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eiback make them for RT i believe , anyway they are all very good , i would not use gold valves , i hear the latest ones are very good but you dont need them.

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Let me tell you this, when the suspension shop guys, i'm talking rg3, factory connection, race tech, need custom springs they order from Cannon.

As far as standard rates, I might be wrong but I think they mostly come from Eibach.

Me personally, I will always order from Cannon. Their customer service is great and they know their stuff.

I first went to FC and they set me up with .52 front springs. Well I had major bottoming problems and mushroomed one of the srings in the bottoming tower, hard as hell to get out. I then went to Cannon. According to their calculations, he made me a special order

.58 spring. No bottoming and I had the custom drawn spring in less than a week.

When I was looking at a custom ICS spring, Both FC and RG said they would order it through Cannon anyway.

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All springs are not equal. There is a difference between spring mfgs and a there can be a considerable difference between springs from the same mfg.

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